Frameworks in the News

On the Scene: Frameworks Head and Heart Luncheon

Featured in Tampa Bay Business & Wealth Magazine: Frameworks held its 11th annual Head and Heart Luncheon at Armature Works, in Tampa. The event featured Arthur Brooks as its keynote speaker. Brooks is a Harvard professor, a bestselling author and a columnist for the Atlantic.

Tampa Oyster Fest Presented by Frameworks is Back!

Learn more about how your attendance at Frameworks’ Tampa Oyster Fest supports children in our community with Bloom TV host Gayle Guyardo and Frameworks’ Board Chair John Wakefield.

West Tampa students grow with emotional learning

See Frameworks’ Community Building Sessions™ (CBS) in action at West Tampa Elementary! Students start their day with a CBS session every morning to set the tone for the day and build their emotional intelligence. Principal Mr. Kastner, Teacher Ms. Stauffer-MacDowell, and Frameworks’ Chief Academic Advisor Shannon Veronesi share the impact CBS makes for students.

Non-profits join forces to help kids in Tampa Bay

Frameworks partners with Friends of the Children Tampa Bay to provide their mentors with vital social and emotional knowledge that helps create stronger connections with their mentees. Mr. McClintock (Executive Director) and Mr. Pressley (Program Director) from Friends of the Children Tampa Bay and Frameworks’ Community Programs Specialist Jordan Sims for share how social and emotional skills help to equip our mentors and mentees for success.

Teaching Kids to Cope with Emotions

Before they start their lessons, kids are learning how to cope with their emotions at some Tampa schools. Schools must take into account the impact the pandemic had on students. Reading and writing is important, but so is emotional coping. The non-profit Frameworks of Tampa Bay is working with schools to help students open up.

High Schoolers Learn Leadership & Civic Engagement

Frameworks’ Teens In Action™ (TIA): Sometimes the best way to learn is to teach. And these high schoolers are learning leadership skills and are partaking in civic engagement through social and emotional curriculum.

See Her Soar: Elizabeth Reedy Foley with Frameworks

Elizabeth Reedy Foley, CEO of Frameworks of Tampa Bay, Inc., is doing critical work and leading a team that understands the need (not want) for developing emotional intelligence in today’s world. She has a career that has been devoted to serving and leading and we could not be more honored to recognize her today and the impact of her work every day!

Lightning Community Hero: Deanne Cornette

Deanne Cornette joined AM Tampa Bay to discuss how she was named the Lightning Community Hero for her work in the community with Frameworks of Tampa Bay.

For more than 20 years she has been an essential advocate of improving public access to behavioral health services across the Tampa Bay community.

Deanne Cornette honored as Lightning Community Hero

The Tampa Bay Lightning honored Deanne Cornette as the 7th Lightning Community Hero this season. Cornette, who received a $50,000 donation from the Lightning Foundation and the Lightning Community Heroes program, presented by Jabil, will donate the money to Frameworks of Tampa Bay to support the expansion of social and emotional skills programming in our community.

Super Bowl impact on local educational efforts keeps going

“The Super Bowl may be leaving…but social and emotional [skills are] going to be present year after year.” See Frameworks in action, with ABC Action News!
Learn first-hand the impact that our work makes on a daily basis in the lives of our children, with footage taken directly from BridgePrep Academy Tampa, featuring Frameworks Senior Program Specialist Charese Cook.

Frameworks Granted Super Bowl LV Microgrant

See first-hand the impact that our work makes on a daily basis in the lives of our children, with footage taken directly from Saint Peter Claver Catholic School. Thanks to support received from the Tampa Bay Super Bowl LV Forever 55 Micro Grant, we’ll be able to provide the gift of social and emotional skills to more students through early childhood education.

It's Not About the Solar System | TEDx Westshore

Listen to social and emotional skills professional Kaitlin Kizer as she discusses how these skills impact success in our schools and beyond, and has positive impacts on educators and students.

Social and emotional skill building as an educator fosters growth in all students to better help them achieve success in school and within their communities. While we cannot prevent our students from facing challenges, we can give them the tools they need to navigate those challenges more effectively.